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Columbus Power Of Attorney Lawyer

There are individual steps that you can take now to protect your family and your loved ones in the future. Should the unexpected occur, it is important that there is clear direction provided for which parties or individuals will be responsible for making critical decisions regarding care and finances. Through advance directives and powers of attorney, a person can clearly dictate who will be making those decisions.

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At Metz, Bailey & McLoughlin, we provide clients creative and innovative applications of these vehicles, empower individual goals for the future. Our service is personalized to each client, thoroughly accounting for key objectives, dynamics and goals that the client faces when visualizing these potential future scenarios. We work with the client to create a plan of directives that fully addresses each concern and provides confidence that his or her wishes will be carried out.

A comprehensive estate plan generally contains the following instruments:

  • Health care powers of attorney — These instruments allow you to name a party that will make medical decisions on your behalf should you become incapacitated. This can include end of life and care decisions, as well as the order to resuscitate.
  • Living will — Also known as a health care directive, these documents outline the individual's specific wishes regarding end of life care and decisions. This can be supplemental or independent to the health care power of attorney.
  • Durable power of attorney — While a generic power of attorney is only effective as long as the grantor is in a capable state to make decisions, a durable power of attorney remains in effect even if the grantor becomes incapacitated. This allows the power of attorney to make critical financial and health care decisions on behalf of the grantor.

It is important that these are named in advance to avoid any confusion or complications for your family. Much of the legal load is lifted when the individuals involved have a clear plan and set of wishes to turn to.

To arrange an initial consultation to discuss your situation, please contact a Columbus power of attorney lawyer of our law firm today Local: 614-882-2327.

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